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Full text of "Catalogue of miniatures and oil paintings; collection of miniatures of the late Prince Alexis Galitzine; and the former collection of paintings of the late Thos. F. Warner; together with other paintings belonging to the estate of Mary E. Smith"

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COLLECTIONS 



OF THE LATE 



rrince Alexis Calitzine, 



Mr. THOMAS F, WARNER, 



AND OF 



Irs. MARY E. SMITH 



CATALOGUE 



-OF- 



Miniatures and Oil Paintings 

o 

COLLECTION OF MINIATURES OE III I' I. All 

PRINCE ALEXIS GALITZINE, 

AND THE 1-okMKk COLLECTION OF I'AIVHM^ 
OF THE LATH 

THOS. F. WARNER, 

TOGETHER WITH OTHER PAINTINGS BELONGING TO 1 HE 
ESTA1 I. "I 

MARY E. SMITH. 



THESE COLLECTIONS TO BE ABSOLUTELY SOLD 
BY AUCTION AT THE 

7 ifth Ave. Auction Rooms, 

238 FIFTH AVENUE. 



THE SALE OF THE MINIATURES WILE TAKE PLA< I 

On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 2 5th, at Two o'clock P.M. 

AND THE OIL PAINTINGS 

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY. 2 5th and 26th. 

AT RIGHT O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP. 



WILLIAM B. NORMAN, Auctioneer. 



ARTISTS REPRBSENTED. 



Alma-Tadema, 82 
Atalaya, 5 1 
Ancillotti. 12 

Barbers, 41 
J-turbudo, 1 5, 91 
Ballester, 4 
Baugniet, 66 
Bergamini, 23, 36, 69, 

101 
Benvenuti, 57 
Brandt, 8 
Besson, 56 
Berthelon, 67 
Brion, 48 
Cecconi, 54 
Compte-Calix. 49 
Corot, 79 
( orcos, 21, 106 
t lourbet, 50, 74 
(harpin, 59 
Daubigny, 94 
De Grossi, 7 
Delacroix, 34. 7^ 
Detaille, 70 
Diaz, 19, 90 
Domingo, 81 
Fortuny, 35, So, 93 
Frappa, 88 



Flogny, 2 
Fossier, 71 
Gallait, 103 
Gerome, 102 
Geoffroy, 14 
Gioja, 31 
Galosci, 56 
Galofre, 64 
Grison, 84 
Guinea, 99 

Henner, 42, 96 

Hubert. 6 

Huet, 20 

Isabey, 104 

KLotarbinski, 9, 38 

Lamonaca, 61 

Lessi, 18 

Michel, 25 

Madrazo, 46 

Meissonier, 32. 41 1, - 7, 

95 
Paredes, 24, 92, 117 
Pradella, 11 
Palmaroli, 22 
Polidori, 29, 65 
Postiglioni. 1 1 7 
Rami 
Rigos, 1 



Ri> as 3, 60 

Reyna, 10, (18 
Richter, 27, 73 
Rihsalle, 28 
Rousseau, 33, 72 
Rico, 52 
Ricciardi, 55 
Ribot, 75 
Robie, 76 
Riedel. -3 
Ruggieri, 85 
Rossi, 86 
Rodier, 105 
Saporetti, 13 
Simoni, i<> 
Saerez, 30 
Stevens, 45 
Saintin, 47. 98 
Schryver, 100 
Troyon, Bg 
Torres, 62 
Van-Marcke, 13 
Valles, 39 
Vollon, 44 
Weiss, 17 
Zamacois, \~. 7; 
Ziem, 26 
Z ffoli, 5, 53 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



The purchasers shall give their names and addresses, and 
shall also, if required, pay down a cash deposit or the whole o( 
the purchase money; In default of which payment, thi 
lots purchased by them shall lie immediatel; put up again and 
re-sold. 

All articles purchased shall be removed from these premises 
immediately upon the conclusion of the sale. All goods lefl 
upon the premises after the conclusion of the sale will be 
solely at the risk of the pin-chaser, and The Fifth 
Avenue Auction Rooms shall not '»■ held responsible foranj 
loss thereof or for any damage thereto 

Should a purchaser desire any good- bought by him to be re 
sold, such goods must first lie paid for in full. A commission (to 
be agreed upon) will be charged by the Fifth Avenue Auction 
Rooms upon such resale, bul any loss or gain resulting_fchere- 
from will be for the account of the person ordering such resale 

Any complaint respecting this sale, or any of the Roods pur- 
chased thereat, must be made in writing to the undersigned, 
within twenty-four hours after the close of this sale or it can not 
be entertained. 

The sale of any article will not be set aside on account 
error it. the description of such article contained in this Cata 
logue : nor shall the Fifth Avenue Auction Rooms be deemed a 
warrantor of the correctness of any such description, or in and 
respect responsible therefor, unless it shall give an express war 
ranty thereof in writing in addition to such description, .;i 
articles are exposed for public inspection, for .me or more daj s 
preceding the sale, and are -old as they are. without recourse 

Should the purchaser fail or refuse to pay the purchase money 
in full, or to remove the goods purchased within twenty-four 
hours after the close of this sale, the money deposited in put 
payment shall, at the option of the Fifth Avenue Auction 
Rooms, be forfeited. All goods not so remove. i within twent) 
four hours shall be resold at public or private -ale. without 
further notice, and if the amount realized at such resale after 
deducting the charges and expenses attending the same- .-hail 
not equal the amount for which said goods sell at this present 
sale, the purchaser at this present sale shall make good the de- 
ficieucy. This condition, however, is without prejunice to the 
right of The Fifth Avenue Auction Rooms, at its option, to en- 
force the contract made tit this present sale, without reselling 
the goods. 

The Auctioneers will not be held liable for non-delivery of any 
article above the amount paid by the purchaser for such article. 

WM. B. NORMAN, 

Auctioneer. 



SPECIAL NOT UK. 



THE MANAGEMENT OK I'Uil.lC SALES OF 
IMPORTANT ART COLLECTIONS. 



Mr. \V.\i. 1!. Norman begs respectfully to an- 
nounce that he is prepared to undertake the 
management of the Exhibition and Sale of 
Collections of Paintings and other Art property 
of special importance. 

His experience in such matters, and the central 
location of the Fifth Avenue Auction Rooms, 
is a sufficient guarantee that all business en- 
trusted to him will be carried through with 
entire satisfaction. 



First Afternoon's Sale. 



CATALOGUE 

OF I HE 

Miniatures on Ivory and Objects 
of Art,, 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25th, 

AT TWO O'CLOCK P. M. 



t L. Barbier — Madame de Drai 

2 J. Zuccarelli — Landscape painted in oil 

3 Ch. Salvin — Mr Gnizot 

4 R. Marner — Duchesse de Chevreuse 

5 L. Rollin — Fanchon de Veilleur 

6 De Nerson — Louis XVII. 

7 Campier — Me. de Monsigny 
S A. Vinot — Me. Desjazet 

9 H. Fllon — Miles. Desclanzas 



6 

io H. Leust — Me. Fontaux 

i i Verviers — Marat 

i 2 Klein — Mozart 

13 C. Vernet — Le Marechal de Saxe 

14 L. Nail — Lady Harton 

i 5 Bordois — Duchesse de MaiHe" 

16 G. Martin — Prince of Constant 

1; N. Michot — Countess de Barsan 

[8 A. Bors — Napoleon I. 

in H. Glensen — Me. de Verstan 

20 B. Roger — Prince Moucalieri 

21 Meleudez — Rita Luna 

22 R. Serint — Jean Brontel 

23 Miniature on porcelain — Hoy 

24 Madeline Richard — Porcelain Miniature 

25 Watteau Scene Sevres Enamel 

26 T. A. Oudin — Me. tie Pompadour 

27 Cherer — Cupid and Wains 



7 

28 S. Thuret — Princess of St. Simons 

29 A. Verze — Duchess of Caylus 

30 Tiltar Fral — Madame Amelot 

31 F. Capuann — Madame Roland 

32 S. Dumoutel — Duchess of Provence 

33 A. Aleazar — Marie Christine 

34 Suture Conte — Madame de la Verriere 

35 Verze — Madame Lafarge 

36 Marais— Francois I. and Marie Caroline 

37 Salomoni — Alexandre Canova 

38 Drouais — Ferdinand II. of Naples 

39 Joseph Sens — Dominique Cirillo 

40 Vinot — Prince Colonna 

41 1). Blois — Madame Bellini 

42 Molinari — Ferdinand IV. of Naples 

43 M. Rouze — The Good Mother, after Boucher 

44 F. Drouart — Me. Elisabeth 

45 L. Gioroy— Abbondance and Bacchus 



8 

46 J. Clouet — Diane de Poitiers 

47 B. Serin— Mile. Favart 

48 B. Serin— Mile, de la Tude 

49 A. Grosten — Comtesse Spera 

50 L. Merlier — Princesse Darstan 

5i Ch. Vaulier — Le Roi and Reine des Beiges 

5 2 J. Pinchart — General Lasalle 

53 V. Boiseau — Prince of Gravines 

54 G. deSimone, 1853— Ferdinand IV.ofNaples 

55 G. de Simone, [853— Marie Caroline 

56 J. Oudin — Madame de Pompadour 
5; Amerot — Mile. Brohan 

58 O. Vernois — Napoleon I., Marie Louise, and 

King of Rome 

59 L. Marot— Mile, de Seulins 

60 M, Denier — Adelaide de France 

61 De Lohrne— Marie Antoinette and children 

62 Aubry— The Dauphin and Dauphine 



9 

63 G. Carners — Dutchess Fitzjames 

64 Delibes, 1795 — Mile. Desnoyers 

65 O. Sarpi — Marco Visconti 

66 Boucher — -Love 

67 Vertunni — View of Naples 

68 Alarez del Sarto — Queen Elizabeth 

69 R. Dourlens — Comte of Cayla 

70 E. Perrier — Princess of Bergue 
7 1 D. Liebert — Marquise de Pons 

j 2 Baril, 1743 — Madame Damoreau 

J 2, Van Grift — Returning from the Market 

74 N. Franco — Fruits and Flowers 

7 5 C. Verdel — Comtesse de Silva 

76 Hervieux — Comtesse de Guiche 

yj Y. Ruffini — The Titian Belle 

78 Jacques Bruner — Orfila 

79 H Tussier — Mile. Gorges 

80 L. Dumont — Duchess of Montpensier 



IO 

81 La Cour — Prince Alvejas [uarez 

82 do Princess do 

83 do Their Children 

84 C. Gisniai — Me. Loutamoni 

85 Masson — Marquise Dreux Braise 

86 T. Fontaine — Massandier 

87 B. Sens — Countess of Tavannes 

88 Campron — Manuel the Orator 

89 Rulli— Pope Alexander VII. 

90 Dun— Princess de Portales 

90A F. Beaudbin — Marie Antoinette and her 
Children in the Trianon 

F. Beaudoin born in Paris, 1723: died in [782. 

Pupil of Boucher. 

His works are very scarce, as the greatest number ha\ been 

bought by the museums. 

Framed in 1 lit- original frame of carved wood, gilt, with the 

coat of arms of the Royal house of France. 

91 A. Berinot — Duchess oi Alezan 

92 L. Picart — Madame di Beaumonl 

93 L. Damon — Due oi Grillon 

94 J. Max — Cupid 



1 1 

95 Louis XV. Tortoise-shell Box, silver pique 

96 Grenadine Box — Louis XVI. 

97 La Croix — Louis XV. Costume (Enamel) 

98 Sapin — View of Versailles (Enamel) 

99 do do do do 

100 do do do do 

101 Daudin — Lady of the Court Louis XV. 

(Enamel) 

102 do do do do 

103 Mythological Subjects do 

104 do do do 
io5 do do do 

106 Daniel in the Lions' Den do 

107 Me. Lubin do 

108 C. Fritz — Mile. De la Tour 

109 F. Caran — Mile. Lubinska 

1 10 O. Lemartin — Mile. Legfue 

1 1 1 Louis Philippe — Ormolu Statue 



12 

Miniature Oil Paintings. 

12 G. Andres — Venetian Pag^e 

1 3 do Girl 

14 B. Nunez — At the Fountain 

1 5 do Home Returned 

16 R. Garcia — Italian Woman 

17 M Mendez — Saluting the Cro 

18 S. Coutells — Torreador 

19 A. Pons — Torreador 

20 B. Corio — Waiting 

21 A. Panatta — Roman Costumes 

22 E. Vitali — Paysant 

23 A. Penas — Fruit Seller 

24 A. Zoffoli — In the 1 [arem 

25 F. Coleman — In the Garden 

26 S. Janire — The Bride 

27 G. Micali — The Mousquetaire 

28 F. Mola— A Road to Tivoli (Rome) 



129 C. Ramos — In the Wood 

130 A. Rosa — Going at the Fountain 



1 3 1 Albertez — At the Market 



132 Falco — Recreation 

133 Montalvez — Orange Seller 

134 G. Rosati — A Venetian Bride 

135 Rauch — Italian Pifferaris 

136 A. De Grossi — Wood Carriers 

137 R. Cabini — Venetian Street 

138 O. Brant — Country 

139 B. Goe — Guache. View of Amalfi 



140 


do 


do 


do 


Posillipo, near 

Naples 


141 


do 


do 


do 


Vesuvius 


142 


do 


do 


do 


Posillipo 


143 


do 


do 


do 


Blue Grotto 


144 


do 


do 


do 


Vesuvius 



145 I. Guerin — Aquarelle, Boccaccio's De- 
cameron 



BIBELOTS. 

146 Ivory Alto-Relief, in black ebony carved 
frame ; at the four corners four alto-relief 
medallions in ivory 

From the collection of Cardinal A. Teodoli, <>f Rome. The 

coat of arms is on the frame. Extremely beautiful 

and valuable. 

i-i 7 Small Silk Tapestry. Italian manufacture, ot 
the XVIII. Century, signed E. Elma 
Mounted in ebon)- frame 

148 A Magnificent Oil Painting, on iron, repre- 

senting a view of Constantinople. Pain- 
ted by the celebrated painter, Calot 

149 Another, as above 

1 50 Oil Painting on copper — The Magdalene. 

Magnificent example, painted by Marline 
ilc Vos. Very valuable 

i5i St. Giacomo of Galicie, painted by F. Florio. 
Very rare 

1 52 Miniature, on vellum, of the celebrated Raf- 
faelo's Madonna, by Mariani. 1771 

03 Louis XV. Casket, ormolu and Sevres plac- 
ques, elaborately enameled 



1 5 

1 54 Bronze Reproduction of the Trajan ne Column 
in Rome 

1 55 Bronze Reproduction of the Antonio Pi<> 
Column in Rome 

1 56 St. Peter's Great Bell Model, made under 
Pio VII. 

1 5 7 Saxe rable, porcelain, beautifully decorated 

[58 Louis XV. Portrait, on a Saxe porcelain 
fleur de lys 

i5w Ebony and Ivory Casket, work of the XVI. 
Century 

160 A Collection of fifteen Cameos 

161 Paper Weight, Glass, with miniature by 
Citale 

162 Eight French and Italian Decorations, sihrr 
and gold 

163 Ivory Snuff Box, miniature by Burgingnon 

104 Lacquered Snutt Pox, miniature by Louis 
Seno 

1 65 Original Tortoise Snutt" Box, silver mounted 

166 Inkstand, Ormolu, Empire 



i6 

167 Basso-Relief in Silver, XVI. Century 

168 Saxe Porcelain Cup, finely decorated 

169 Seven Terra Cotta Angels, XVIII. Centu 
I/O Statuette — Marcolini porcelain 

171 Pio IX. Bronze Medal, very fine work 

172 Louis XVI. Agate Box 

1 72, Cameo of Queen Victoria 

174 Lady's Brooch, gold and lapislazuli 

175 Two Scarabes, gold mounted 

176 Empire Silver Box 

177 Cane Handle — Iron, with silver inlaid 

178 do Ormolu. Henry IV. 

179 Napoleon I. Bronze Statue 

180 Six Louis XVI. Teaspoons 

181 Silver Notebook, with miniature 

182 Crystal, Chiseled — Venus and Love 
1 S3 Silver Cross with Stones 

184 Louis XVI. Watch, gold 



n 



'7 

1 85 Louis XV. Brooch, with Enamel and Forty 

Diamonds, very beautiful and valuable 

1 86 Louis XVI. Earrings, silver mounted 

187 Antique Ring, gold and diamonds 

188 Gentleman's Scarf Pin, gold mounted 

189 Antique Silver Bracelet, Moorish 

190 Goldoni's Original Watch 

191 Silver and Diamond Earrings 

192 Mosaic Brooch, in silver 

193 Mosaic Brooch, gold mounted 

194 Gentleman's Cameo Scarf Pin 

195 Venetian Gold Earrings, with pearls 

196 Lady's Gold Chain, Empire period 

197 Gold Brooch, with cameo and enamel 

198 Antique Scarf Pin, emerald and diamond 

199 Silver and Gold Scarf Pin — Bacchus 

200 Enameled Gold Brooch 

201 Louis XVI. Earrings, silver mounted 



i8 

202 Gold Pin with Enqraved Corniole 

203 do do do 

204 Gold Pin. enamel and diamonds 

205 Curious XVI. Century Wood Work 

206 Ormolu Cupidon 

207 Two Empire Ivory Fans 

uoS Ivory and Wood Box, with miniatnre 



CATALOGUE. 



First Evening's Sale, 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25th, 1893, 

AT EIGHT o'clock. 



RIGOS (F.) Paris 



Bom in Madrid 
a 

Ideal Head. 



Medal in Barcelona, 1881 



FLOGNY (F.) Paris 

Studied with J. Dupre. 

Medals, 1863, '67, '78 

Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 

2. Sunset. 



RIVAS (A. Antonio) Rome 

Born in South America, 1845. 

Came to Rome and studied under Professos Viliegas 

Wonderful Colorist. 

Received a Medal in the Exhibition at Rome, 

1885, for the " Dream of Mohammed." 

3. The Favorite. 



20 

BALLESTER (F.) Rome 

Born at Rome, i860. 

Pupil of the Academy of St. Lu< Membei 

of the Academia Artistica of Rome 

Received a Medal nee in 1SS0 

Prize ai Nil e, 1 8S4 

4. Flirtation. 



ZOFFOLI (A.) Rome 

pil of Muz/ioli 
Member of fhe Academy ol Si I ,uca 
Medals at Naples, 1879; Milan, 1 

5. The Sultana. 



HUBERT (Henry) Paris 

Pupil ol \ olon 
Medals in Paris, 1877, '79 

6. Fruits. 



DE GROSS! (Prof. A.) Rome 

Medals, 1879, 1880 
Gold Medals. Mil; 
Chevaliei of the Order of Crow 1, ol [talj 

7. View Near Tivoli, Rome. 



BRANDT (Otto) R 

Horn in Merlin 
Gold Medal at Berlin. 1859; at Vienna, 1872 

8. Young Friends. 



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21 






KOTARBINSKI, Rome 

Pupil of Semiraskj md Munkacsy 
The works of this V'.i are very rarely to be found 
in this country ov ii id that their popu- 

larity in Russia h that as fast as they are 

produced the I by 1 ie Russian col- 

lectors, the i iself being a purchaser and 

a great admirer of them. 

9. The Nest. 



Rome 



RIA'NA (A.) 

Born in Malaga, Spain, in 1861 
Received Medals at Malaga and Madrid, in 1887 
Pupil of Rico, and bids fair to surpass his Master 

10. Venice. 



PRATELLA (A.) Naples 

Professor at the Academy of Naples 
Medals in Naples, Turin and Rome 

11. Street Scene in Naples. 
ANCILLOTTI (Torello) Paris 

Horn in Florence in 1849 
Studied with Meissonier, and follows the style of 

his master successfully 

Is also a sculptor oi great talent and reputation 

Received a Medal in Turin, 1884, and in Florence 

and Rome 
Paintings, Bronzes, and Marbles by tins Artist can 

be found in the principal Collections in France 
Was a me nber of the Jury of the Paris Exposition 
in 1889, and received Medals for his Paintings 
and Marble Statuary 

12. On the Beach. 



22 



SAPORETTI (E.) Paris 

Born in Naples 

Pupil of Favretto and Michetti 

Medals at Naples, 1882, and Venice. 1SS7 

13. The Quay Voltaire, Paris. 



GEOFFROY (Jean) l' r 



ans 



Born at Mai urn. s 

Pupil of Levasseur and Eugene Adan 

Medal. 1883 and 1886 

Honorable Mention. [883, 1886 

Hors Concours 

14. The School Lavabo. 



BARBUDO, 



IMIDIC 



Pupil of the Barcelona Academy and the Academ) 

of Chigi, at Rome 

Chevalier of the Ordei of Charles III 

Prize of Rome from Spain, 1858 
Many Decorations from various countries 

15. A Cardinal. 



SIMON! (S.) 

Member of the Ai aidemy, St. 1 u< a 
Medals at Rome. [880 j Turin, 1882 

16. The Queen of the Harem. 

Water-Color 



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23 

WEISS (Georges) Parii 

Born at Strassburg 
Pupil of Bonnat and Orison 

17. In the Wine Cellar. 



LESSI, Paris 

An Illustrious Painter 
18. The Musicians. 



DIAZ (Narcisse de la Pena), deceased, Paris 

Horn at Bordeaux, 1807 
Medals, 1844, 1846, 1848 
Legion of Honor, 1851 
Died, 1876 
Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists ( Ex- 
position Universelle), 1878 

19. Landscape. 



HUH!' (Paul) Paris 

Born at Paris. 1X04-1869 

Pupil of l'Ecole des lieaux-Arts. oi Guerin and Gros 

Chevalier of the Legion of Honor 

Works b) tins Artist in the Louvre in Paris 

20. The Royal Oak— Fontainebleau. 



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COR'COS (M.V.) Paris 

Horn at Levourne 
Pupil of Morelli 
Medals at Turin, [880; Milan, 1 
' lievaher of the Orders of St. Maurice and Lazare 

21. Strain of Melodies from the Palace, Venice. 



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PALMAROLI (Vicente) p ar 

Born at Madrid 

Pupil of his father and Madrazo and the Academy 

of Fine Arts .it Madrid 

Medal, 1867, Exposition Universale 

Hors Con< 

22. Garden of the Tuilleries. 



BERGAMINI (1- Roim . 

Medals at Rome, Naples, Turin and Florence 
Grand Medal at Ron 
1 of the Ordei of l of Italy 

23. The Maiines. 



PARADES (Vicente . p aris 

Born at Valencia, Spain, am d at the \< ademy 

me Aits in th it city, where at the | , 
m 1887, .a theagi ol ne won tl 

dal. later while at Rome, he lived with 
Fortuny, each contending without rivalry to reach 
the highest point in art. 
His picture a] y< arl\ at the Salon in Paris. 

11 rid in [879, and u 

ommandi r of th- Ord( I tbella the 

liolic and I : |jer of the Order of Cll - 
[II. oi Spain 

24. Spring. 



25 

MICHEL (George) Paris 

Born at Paris, 1 763 

He never went further than the hills and plains of 

Montmarte till he died in 1843 

There he daily worked, the Constable of France 

He never signed his pictures, nor made any effort 

to sell them 
He laughingly said there was but one Michel, and 

there would never be another 

A large number of his pictures were distributed at 

his death, and after nearly half a century 

the tardy immortality he expected 

has come 

25. Landscape. 



ZIEM (Felix) Paris 

Studied at Paris 

Born at Beaume (Cote d'Or), 1822 

Medals, i85i,and First Class, 1852 

Medal, 1855, Exposition Universelle 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1857 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 

Hors Concours 

26. The Sultan. 



RICHTER (Edouard) Paris 

Born at Pans 

Pupil of E. Heberi and Bonnat 

Honorable Mention, 1881 

27. The Veil Dance. 



26 

RIHSALLE (Alex.) Paris 

Honorable Mention, 1880 
Medal, 1882 

28. The Odalisque. 



POLIDORI (C.) Paris 

Pupil of Vinea 
Medals in Milan, 1881 ; Rom 
Member of the Academy at Rome 

29. Flirtation. 



SAEREZ (B.) Paris 

Bom in Madrid 
Pupil of Lamaci 
Prize of Rome from Spain 
Medals, 1878 and 1880 

30. At the Opera. 



CilOJA (B.) Rome 

Professor of the Academy at Ri 

'This Artist is one of the oldest Professors of the Academ) 

Received many Medals and Honors throughout 

Italy and Europe 

31. The Garden Party (Time of Louis XVI.) 

(Water Color 

This picture re< eived Medal al the last 

National Exhibition at Florence, [887 



27 

MEISSONIER (Jean Louis Ernest) Paris 

Born at Lyons, 1813 

Pupil of Leon Cogniet 

Medals, 1840 and 1841 

Medals of the First Class, 1843 an( ^ l8 4 8 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1846 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1855, Exposition Universdle 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1856 

Member of the Institute of France. 1861 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1867, Exposition Universellc 

Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1867 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1878, Exposition Universelle 

Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1878 

Hors Concours 

Honorary Member of the R. A., London 

Grand Medal of Honor, Universal Exposition at 

Antwerp, 1885 

32. Officier d'Etat Majeur under Napoleon III. 

3 X 7 



ROUSSEAU (T.), deceased, Paris 

Born in Paris, 1812 

Pupil of Guellon Letheiere 

First exhibited at the Salon in 1S34 

Medals, 1834, 1840, 1855 

Legion of Honor, 1852 

One of the eight Grand Medals of Honor, E. U., Paris, 1867 

Died, 1867 

Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists 

33. Landscape — Early Summer. 



28 

DELACROIX (Fcrdinand-Victor-Eugene), 

deceased, Paris 

Horn ,u Charenton, 1798 -1863 

Member of the [nstiti 

Commander of thi Legii a of Honor 

Pupil of Pierre Guerin, whose >t) le he abandoned 

to become a "E st" 

34- The Battle. 



FORTUNY (Mariano), dec Rom. 

Born in Reus, Catalonia, June 1 1. 1 

Pupil of Barcelona Academy 

Chevalier of the Order of Charles III. 

Prize of Rome from Spain, 1S58 

Died in Rome. November 21, 1874 

Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists (Ex 

position Uhivi 

35. The Battle of Wad-Ras, or Tetuan. 

I his is .me of the studies made during the battle 
in i860 for his most famous painting, which 
is now in the Museum of B 
(See Deville's " Life ol Fortuny") 



BERGAMINl (F.) R 

Medals ol Rom ■. Naples, I'urin and Florence 

( '.i.ind Medal at Rome 
Chevalier of the 1 >rdei of the Crown 

36. The Convent's Choir. 



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ZAMACOIS (Edouard), deceased, Paris 

Pupil of Meissonier 

Born at Bilboa, 1840 

Died, 1871 

Mtedal, 1867 

Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 1878, 

Exposition Universelle 

37. Waiting-. 



KOTARBINSKI, Rome 

Pupil of Semiradisky and Munkacsy 
The works of this Artist are very rarely to be found 
in this country, owing to the fact that their popu- 
larity in Russia is such, that as fast as they are 
produced they are bought up by the Russian 
Nobles, the Czar himself being a purchaser and 
a great admirer of them 

38. Roman Maids. 



VALLES (L.) Rome 

Professor Spanish Academy at Rome 

Medals and honors 
( Ine of the illustrious Spanish Artists 

39. A New Acquisition at the Louvre. 



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MEISSONIER (Jean Louis Ernest) Paris 

Born at Lyons, 1813 

Pupil of Leon Cogniet 

Medals, 1840 and 1841 

Medals of the First Class, 1843 and 184N 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1846 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1855, Exposition Universelle 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1856 

Member of the Institute of France, 1861 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1867, Exposition Universelle 

Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1867 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1878, Ezposition Universelle 

Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor. 1878 

Hors Concours 

Honorary Member of the R. A., London 

Grand Medal of Honor, Universal Exposition at 

Antwerp, 1885 

40. Napoleon at the Battle of Solferino. 

4^x6^ 



BARBERA (Gioja C.) Rome 

Bom in Rome, i860. 

Pupil of the Academy of St. Lucca and of Prof. B. 

Gioja. his uncle 

Received a Medal of Honor at Florence, 1881 ; 
also a Medal in Venice. 1887 

41. Interior of the Church of St. Peter, Rome. 



HENNER (Jean Jacques) Paris 

Bom in Alsace 
Pupil of 1 (rolling, of Picot, and of l'Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts, Prix de Rome, 1858 
Medals. Paris, 1863. l86 5- l886 - l8 7 8 > Exposition 
Universelle 
Legion of Honor, 1873 
Officers of the same, 1878 

42. Vanda. 



VAN MARCKE (Emile), deceased, Paris 

Born at Sevres (Seine-et-Oise) 

Died at Paris, December 25, 1890 

Pupil and son-in-law of Troyon 

Medals, 1867, 1869 anc ^ 1870 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1872 

Medal of the First Class, 1878, Exposition Universelle 

Hors Concours 

Societaire 

43, The Farm— Near the Coast. 



VOLLON (Antoine) Paris 

Bom at Lyons, 1838 

Pupil of the Academy at Lyons 

Medals, 1865, 1868 and 1869 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1870 

Medal, First Class, 1878, Exposition Universelle 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1878 

Hors Concours, 1889, Exposition Universelle 

Hors Concours 

Societaire 

44. Honfleur. 



STEVENS (Alfred) Paris and Brussels 

Bom at Brussels, 1828 
Pupil of Navez in Belgium and Roqueplan in Paris 
Medal, 1853 
Medal, 1855, Exposition Universelle 
Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1863 
Medal, First Class, 1867. Exposition Universe] It- 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1867 
Medal, First Class, 1878. Exposition Universelle 
Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1878 
Grand Prize, 1889, Exposition Universelle 
Hors Concours 
Chevalier and Officer of the Order of Leopold of Belgium 
Chevalier and Commander of the Order of St. 
Michael of Bavaria 
Chevalier and Commander of the Order of Ferdi- 
nand of Austria 
The Great Gold Medal of Honor at the Universal 
Exposition at Antwerp. 1885 

45. The Garden Stroll. 



MADRAZO (Raimundo de) Paris 

Bom at Rome, of Spanish parents 

Pupil of his father 

Medal, First Class, 1878, Exposition Universelle 

Cross of Legion of Honor, 1878 

First Class Medal, 1889, Exposition Universelle 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1889 

Hors Concours 

Chevalier of the Order of Christ of Portugal 

Chevalier of the Order of the Rose of Brazil 

Chevalier of the Order of Charles 111 ol Spain 

46. Carlotta. 



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SAINTIN (J. E.) Paris 

Born at Lenie 

Pupil of Drolling, Picot and Leboucher 

Medals 1866-1870 

Chevalier of the Legion of Honor 

47. The Flowers. 



BR ION (Gustave), deceased, 

Born at Rothau, Vosges 1824, died 1877 

Medals, 1853, 1859, 1861 and 1863 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1863 

Medal 1867, Exposition Universelle 

Grand Medal of Honor. 1868 

Hors Concours 

48. Summer. 



COMPTE-CALIX (Francois-Claudius) Paris 

Born at Lyons, 1813-1880 

Medals in 1844, 1857, 1859, 1863 

Pupil of the School of Fine Arts at Lyons 

49. The Bird's Nest. 



COURBET (Gustave) deceased, Paris 

Born at Ornana (Doubs), 1819 

Died, 1877 

Pupil of Stuben and Hesse 

Medals, 1849, r ^S7 an ^ I ^^ 1 

Hors Concours 

He refused the Cross of the Legion of Honor after 

accepting the Cross of St. Michael of Bavaria 

50. Marine — Coast on the Mediterranean. 



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ATALAYA (E.) Paris 

Born at Madrid 

Pupil of Boldini 

Medals, Madrid and ( 

51. A Game at the Tavern. 



UlCO (Josr) Rome 

Born at Se\ ille, S] 1 

Studied at the Academy in Seville, under Pro! 1 'on 

E. Bejarno and under the celebrated Artist 

Garcia Tramos 

Received Medal at the Exposition at Madrid in 

1888 and Prize of Rome fro 

52. Sunset on the Roman Campagna. 



ZOFFOLI (A.) Rome 

Pupil of Muzzioli 
Member of the Academy of St. Luc< a 
Medals at Naples, 1879; Milan. 1881 

53. Maidens of Pompeii. 



CECCONI (S.) Rome 

Member of the \< 1 \n. Ri 

Honorable Mention, Rome. 1876 
Medal in Venice, 1887 

54. Harvesting Corn. 



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RICCARDI (O.) Naples 

Member of the Royal Academy of Fine Art 

Honorable Mention at the National Exhibition of 

Palermo, 1878 

Medal of Honor. 1879. Naples 

Medal of First-Class at Rome, 1880 

55. The Antiquarium— Venice. 



BESSON (M.) Paris 

Born at Paris 

Pupil of Boulanger and Lefebre 

Many Medals and Honors 

56. A Future Star. 

Salon Painting, 1890 
A very characteristic Parisian subject. It represents 
the daughter of a janitress receiving an engage- 
ment from a director of the theatre where she will 
make her debut. The pleased expression of the 
mother, the envy of the young sister and the 
proud pose of "'The Future Star" is masterly 
painted by this famous artist. 



Second Evening's Sale. 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26th, 1893, 
AT EIGHT O'CLOi K SH \h'l\ 



BENVENUT1 (R.) Rome 

Member of the Academy of Fine Arts at Rome 
Medals at Turin and Ri 

57. Floretta. 



GALOSCI (A.) Florence 

Bom in Florence 

Professor at the Academy of Florence 

Medals, 1878, r8o, 1882 

Chevalier of the Order of the Crown of Italy 

58. A Toast. 



CHARPIN (Albert) Paris 

Born at ( Ira; 
Pupil of ! 
1 [onorable Mention, 1885 

59. Sheep in Pasture. 



RIVAS (A. Antonio) Rome 

Born in South America, 1845 
Came to Rome and studied under Professor Villegas 

Wonderful ( lolorist 

Received a Medal in the Exhibition at Rome, 1885, 

for the '• Dream of Mohammed " 

60. The Sultana. 



LA MONACA (A. Maria) Rome 

Horn at Rome in i860 
Pupil of the Academy of St. Lucca ; also Member 

of the Academia Artistica of Rome 

Received a Diploma of Honor at Florence in 1878 

Prize at Nice in 1883 

61. The Honored Guest. 



TORRES (R. Romero de) Rome 

Pupil of the School of Fine Arts, Rome 

Medal at Barcelona and Madrid in 1882 

Is considered one of the best living Spanish Artists 

Pictures by this Artist are in the Royal Palace at Madrid 

62. Return ;rom the Bull Fisrht. 



RARMINES1 (R. A.) Paris 

Born at Rome 

Member of the Academy of St. Lucca ; also Member 

ol the Academy Artistica of Ro 

Medal in the Exposition Uhiverselle, 1889 

Chevalier of the Order of the Crown of Italy 

63. Scared by a Pet Friend. 



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GALOFRE (Baldomero) Rome 

Bom at Reiis, Spain 

Professor of the Academy at Panelona 

Medals at Naples, 1876; Rome, 1877; Venire, 1879 

Medals at Melbourne in 1 881 

64. The Rug Merchant. 



PALIDORI (C.) Paris 

Pupil of Vinea 

Medals in Milan, 1881 ; Rome. 1882 

Member of the Academy at Rome 

65. Speak ! 



BAUGNET (Charles) Sevres 

Born at Brussels, 1X14 

In 1 84 1, appointed Draughtsman to the King 

of the Belgians 

Knight of the Order of Leopold, 1843, and mam 

other honors 

66. The Pearl Necklace. 



BERTHELON (Eugi Tans 

Born at Paris 

Pupil of K Lavielle and Berne Bellecour 

Honorable Mention and Medals, 1886 and 1889 

Silver Medal, E. U. 

1 1 ois Concours 

67. A Storm on the Mediterranean. 



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REYNA (A.) Rome 

B Spain, in 1861 

Received MedaK at \I ilaga and Madrid, in 1887 
Pupil of Rico, and bids fair to surpass his master 

68. Venice. 



BERGAMINI (F.) Rome 

Medals at Rome. Naples, Turin, Florence 

( '.rand Medal at Rome 

( Ihevalier of the Order of the Crown of Italy 

69. An Improvised Concert. 



DETAILLE (Edouard Jean Baptiste) Paris 

Horn at Paris, 1848 

Pupil of Meissonier 

Medals. 1869, 1870 and 1872 

( Iross of the Legion of Honor. 1873 

Offii 1 oi the Legion of Honor, 1881 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1SS8 

('.rand Prize, 1889, Exposition Universelle 

Hors Concours 

Societaire 

70. The Vidette. 



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FOSSIER (Charles) 



Bom at Fixin (( !6te d'( h i 

Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts at 1 >ijon 

Went to Paris, where he studied at the Academy 

He studied with Jules Breton and Gerome 

He received all the prizes in the concours while study 

at Dijon, as well as honorable mention in 1.SS5, 

and the first prize in 1888 

He received also three honorable mentions in 

1888, and three medals in 1889 

71. Mary Stuart and Rizzio. 



ROUSSEAU (T.). deceased, Paris 

Born in Paris, 1812 

Pupil ofGuellon Letheiere. 

First Exhibited, Salon, 1834 

Medals, [834, '40. '55 

Legion of Honor, 1852 

One oi the eighl Grand Medals of Honor. 1-;. I .. 

Paris, 1867 

Died, 1 86 7 

Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists 

72. In the Woods of Fontainebleau. 



RICHTER (Edouard) Paris 

Pupil oi E. Herbert and Bonnat 
norable Mention, 1881 

73. The Serenade. 



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COURBET (Gustave), deceased. Paris 

Born at Arnans, 1819 

Died, 1877 

Pupil of Steuben and Hesse 

\l< clals 1849, 1857 and 186 1 

He refused the Cross of the Legion of Honor, after 

accepting the Cross of St. Michael of Bavaria 

Hors Concours 

74. Landscape. 



RIBOT (Theodule), deceased, Paris 

Born at Breteuil (Eure.) 

Medals 1864. 1865 and 1878, Exposition Universelle 

Legion of Honor, 1878 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1887 

Hors Concours 

75. A Hunter. 



ROBIE(J. B.) Paris 

Born at Brussels, 1821 

Gold Medal at Brussels 

Medals at Paris, 185 1-1863 

Gold Medal, Hague, 1861 

Officer of the Order of Leopold 

76. Flowers and Strawberries. 



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ZAMACOIS (Ed.), deceased), Paris 

Pupil of Meissonier 

Born at Bilboa, 1840 

Died. 1 871 

Medal, 1 

Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 1878, E.U. 

77. The Ornithologist. 



I )KLACROIX (Ferdinand-Victor-Eugene), 

de< eased, Paris 

Horn at Charenton, 1798-1863 

Member of the Institute 
( ommander of the Legion of Honor 
Pupil of Pierre Guerin, whose styh he abandoned 
to become a " romantii 

78. Eagle. 



COROT (Jean-Baptiste-Camille), deceased, I 

Born at Paris, 1 796 
Studied art against the wishes of his family 
Instructed first by Michallon, afterward by Victor 
Bertin, anil then spent several years in [1 
where he studied views on the Tiber 
and bridges, etc. 
At first unsuccessful in obtaining recognition 
( 'mot's works afterwards became so popular that 
his income for several year- a\ 1 »ver 

two hundred thousand frani s from his 
profession alone 
Medals, Paris, 1838, '48- '55/67 (Exposition Un 
selle) ; ] r, 1846 ; 

Officer of lh 

Died, 1X75 
Diploma to the Memorj ol Deceased Artists (Ex 
position I m\ erselli |, 

79. Chemin du Vesinet (Vesinet's Road . 



FORTUNY (Mariano), deceased. Rome 

Horn in Reus, Catalonia, June 11, 1839 
Pupil of Barcelona Academy 

Chevalier of the Order of Charles III 

Prize of Rome from Spain, 1858 

Died in Rome, November 21, 1874 

Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists 

(Exposition Universelle), 1878 

80. The Battle of Wad-Ras, or Tetuan. 

This is one of the studies made during the battle 
in i860 for his most famous painting, which is 
now in the Museum of Barcelona. (See Deville's 
" Life of Fortuny ") 



DOMINGO (J.) Paris 

Bom in Spain 

Pupil of Meissonier, and friend of the late Fortuny, 

who greatly admired his works and criticised 

and encouraged him in his student days 

Domingo's works are now in great demand, and 

are found in the best collections 

Medals and Honors all through Europe 

81. The Calicrs at the Tuilleries. 



ALMA-TADEMA-Laurenz (A. R.) London 

Bom at Dronryn, Holland, 1836 

Great many Medals and Honors from all parts of 

Europe 

82. Pan Playing the Flute. 

A study made at La Riccia, near Rome, during 
his stay in Rome, and presented to his friend W. 
Coloney, afterward passed in the possession of 
Signor Bellisario of Rome, from whom it was 
purchased 



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RIEDEL (August), deceased, Rome 

Born at Bayreuth. 1800 
Professor of St. Luke's Academy at Rome, Member 
of the Academies of Berlin. Munich. Vienna 
and St. Petersburg 

83. A Belle of Albano. 



ORISON (A.) Paris 

Born at Bordeau. France 

Pupil of Lequien 

Honorable Mention at Lyons, d tls in 1 876 

and 1880 

84. La Toilette. 



RUGGIERI (F.) 

Born at Milan. 1836-1876 
Pupil of Hayez am 
Honorary Memb< Milan 

Medals at Florence, 1870 

85. Paganini Dreaming. 



ROSSI (Lucius) p ar j« 

The Great Italian Artist 

Pupil of Fortuny 

Medals in Parma, Turin, Rom \|, m Bologna 

and Naples 

Chevalier of the I >i the Crown 

86. Curiosity. 

("Les femme curieuses" \ 



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MEISSONIER (Jean Louis Ernest) Paris 

Bom at Lyons, 1813 

Pupil of Leon Cogniet 

Medals, 1840 and 1841 

Medals of the First Class, 1843 and 1848 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1846 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1855, Exposition Universelle 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1856 

Member of the Institute of France, 186) 

Grand Medal of Honor, Exposition Universelle 

Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1867 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1878, Exposition Universelle 

Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor, T878 

Hors Concours 

Honorary Member of the R. A., London 

Grand Medal of Honor, Universal Exposition at 

Antwerp, 1885 

87. Marec 1 - i de Canrobert. 

zYmYa 



FRAPPA(Jose) Paris 

Born at Saint Etienne 

Honorable Mention, 1888 

Medal, 1889 

Honorable Mention, 1889, Exposition Universelle 

Hors Concour 

88. The Cardinal's Banquet. 



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TROYON (Constantino), deceased, Paris 

Born at Sevres, i8ro 

His parents wished him to be a painter of porcelain, 

but after a time spent in the manufactory at Sevres, 

he studied under Riocreux and became a 

painter of landscape and animals 

Medals. Paris, 1838, '40. '46, '48, '55 

Legion of Honor, 1849 
Member of the Amsterdam Academy 
Died, 1865 
Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, Ex- 
position Universelle. 1878 

89. The Bull. 



DIAZ (Narcisse de la Pena). deceased. Paris 

Born at Bordeaux, 1807 

Medals, 1844, '46, '48. 

Legion of Honor, 185 1 

Died. 1S76 

Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, l\\ 
position Universelle, 1878 

90. In the Woods — Fontainebleau. 



BARBUDO, Rome 

Pupil of the Barcelona Academy and the Academy 

of Ghigi, at Rome 

Chevalier of the Order of Charles 1 1 1 

Prize of Rome from Spain, 1858 
Manv decorations from various countries 

91. A Marriage Contract at the Court. 



PAREDES (Vicente de), Paris 

Born at Valencia, Spain, and studied at the Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts in thai city, where, at the Ex- 
position in 1877, at the age of 18, he won the 
Cold Medal 

Later, while at Rome, he lived with Fortuny, each 
contending, without rivalry to reach the highest 
point in art 
I lis picture appears yearly at the Salon in Paris 

He received a Medal at Madrid in 1879, and was 
made Commander of the Order of Isabella the 
Catholic, and Chevalier of the Order of Charles 
III. of Spain 

92. La Balladora, Madrid — Spanish Dancing 
Girl. 



F( )RTUNY ( Mariano), deceased, Rome- 

Born in Reus, Catalonia, June 11, 1839 
Pupil of Barcelona Academy 
Chevalier of the Order of Charles III. 

Prize of Rome from Spain, 1858 
Died in Rome. November 21, 1874 
Diploma to th try of Deceased Artists (Ex- 

position Universelle). 1878 

93. Arabian Musicians. 



DAUBIGNY (Charles-Francois), deed, Paris 

Bom at Paris, T817 
Pupil of his father and Paul Delaroche, and for 
three years studied in Italy 
Medals, 1848, '53. '55.. '57, '59, '67 
Legion of Honor, 1859 
Officer of the same, 1874 ; died, 1878 
Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists (Ex- 
position Universelle J, 1878 

94. Landscape — Mid-Summer. 



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MEISSONIRR (Jean Louis Ernest), Paris 

Bom at Lyons. 1813 

Pupil of Leon Cogniet 

Medals, 1840 and 1841 

Medals of the First Class, 1843 and 1848 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1846 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1855, Exposition Universelle 

Officer of the Legion of Honor. 1856 

Member of the Institute of France, 1861 

Grand Medal of Honor. 1867, Exposition Universelle 

Commander of the Legion of Honor. 1867 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1878, Exposition Universelle 

Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor. 1878 

Hors Concours 

Honorary Member of the R. A., London 

Grand Medal of Honor, Universal Exposition at 

Antwerp, 1885 

95. The Staff of Napoleon III. 

3^x7^ 



HENNRR (Jean Jacques), Paris 

Pupil of Drolling, of Picot and of l'Ecole des 

Beaux-Arts, Prix de Rome, 1858 

Medals, Paris, 1863. '65, '66, '78, Exposition Universelle 

Legion of Honor, 1873 

Office of the same, 1878 

96. Messalina. 



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PA REDES (Vicente de), ?i 

Horn at Valencia, Spain, and studied at the Academy 
of Fine Arts in that city, where, at the Exposi- 
tion in 1877, at the age of eighteen, he won the 
gold medal 
Later, while at Rome, he lived with Fortuny, each 
contending without rivalry to reach the highest 
point in Art 
His picture appears yearly at the Salon in Paris 
He received a Medal at Madrid in 1879, and was 
made Commander of the Order of Isabella 
the Catholic and Chevalier of the Order of 
Charles III. of Spain 

97. A Marriage Under the Regency — Louis 
XV. 



SAINTIN (Jules Emile), Paris 

Born at Leme 

Pupil of Drolling. Picot and Leboucher 

Medals 1886-70 

Chevalier of the Legion of Honor 

98. Evangeline. 

(Pastel) 

"Sat by some nameless grave and thought that per- 
haps on its bosom he was already at rest, and 
she longed to slumber beside him" — Longfellow 



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GUINEA (Anselmo), 

Born at Bilboa, Spain, 1855 

Pupil of the School of Fine Arts, Rome 

Medals at Biscay and Madrid, 1884 

He is one of the best living Spanish Artists 

This work was illustrated in Harper's Magazine in 

the March number of 1888 

99. The Pompeiian Musicians— Gastella Mare. 

This picture received a Gold Medal at the Madrid 
Exposition of 1884 



GEROME (Jean Leon) P 

Horn at Vesoul, 1824 

Pupil of Paul Delaroche 

Professor in the French Academy of Fine Arts 

Medals, 1847 and 1848 

Medal, 1855, Exposition Universelle 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1855 

Member of the Institute, 1865 

Medal of Honor, r 86 7, Exposition Universelle 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1867 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1874 

Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1878 

Medal, 1878, Exposition Universelle 

('.rand Medal of Honor, 1878, Exposition Universelle 

Medal, First Class, 1881 

Hors Concours 

Societaire 

Honorary Member of the Royal Academy. London 

Chevalier of the Order of the Red Eagle 

102. The Mandolin Player. 



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CjALLAIT (Louis), deceased, Paris 

Born at Tournay, Belgium, March 10, 1810 
Pupil of the Academies of Tournay and Antwerp 
Pupil of Hennequin 
First Prize at Ghent, 1831 
Medals, 1835 and 1848 
Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1841 
Grand Medal of Honor, 1855, Exposition Universelle 
Member of the Institute of France 
Hors Concours 
The City of Brussels struck a Special Medal in his 
honor, in 1841 
Chevalier of the Order of the Crown of Oak of Holland 
Grand Cordon of the Order of Leopold of Belgium 
Commander of the Order of St. Etienne of Austria 
Chevalier of the Order of the Lion, Heerlandaes 
Member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Belgium 
Member of the Academy of Antwerp 
Member of the Royal Academy, London 
Member of Academies of Munich, Berlin and Paris 
Great Gold Medal of Austria, at Vienna, 1882 
Received the Prussian Order of Merit 
His works are mostly owned by European govern- 
ments and crowned heads. The Belgian govern- 
ment offered him for " The Plague of Tournay," 
before it was finished, .£5,000 
This example of the master is in his best manner, 
and is one of his celebrated works 

103. Watching on the Shore. 

ISABEY (Louis Gabriel Eugene), deceaed, 

Born at Paris, July 22, 1804 

Died April 26, 1886 

Pupil of his father, Jean Baptiste Isabey 

Royal Marine Painter, 1830 

Medals, 1824 and 1827 

Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1832 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1852 

Medal, First Class, 1855, Exposition Universelle 

Hors Concours 

104. Smugglers Approaching the Coast. 



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RODIER (V.) Parii 

Pupil of Daubigny 
Medals, 1878, 79-80 

105. Landscape Near Paris. 



CORCOS (M. V.) Pa 



ans 



Born at Levourne 

Pupil of Morelli 

Medals at Turin, 1880 ; Milan, 1881 

Chevalier of the Orders of St. Maurice and Lazare 

106. Follette. 



POSTIGLIONE (L.) Naples 

Pupil of the Academy of Nobles 

Pupil of Brandon, Jerome and Meissonier 

Medal, Paris, 1876 

Chevalier of the Order of the Crown of Italy 

Many other Decorations and Medals 



107. The Tambourine Girl. 



108 Carrara Marble Figure — Flora, by F. M. 

Hendley, of Rome, with marble base 

109 Carrara Marble Figure — -Rebecca, original 

by A. Temperoni, of Rome 

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